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Tillman, Bears Take It Away From Titans

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Step right up and see another fumble recovery. Watch the world’s strongest men overpower an unworthy opponent. Behold the dancing Bears.

This was as ridiculous as a football game can be at the NFL level, with the Bears destroying the Titans by the Pop Warner score of 51-20.

The things that happened Sunday were just silly. Everybody knows Charles Tillman is a one-man Heimlich maneuver when it comes to forcing fumbles. The Titans know it. The Titans’ mothers know it.

And yet Tillman forced four of them Sunday. Four. You’d have an easier time getting four Stradivariuses on short notice.

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